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evening i'm grant lodes. (catherine) and i'm catherine heenan in for vicki liviakis. the shooting happened just after 11:30 today on santa monica drive in pleasant hill. that's right next to the sun valley mall. kron 4's haaziq madyun is at the police department tonight-- and we will have live report shortly. (catherine) happening now in san francisco-- police are looking for an armed suspect after a shooting in the pacific heights neighborhood on california street. police were called to the scene just after 1:30 this afternoon and found a person who was shot. the victim is expected to survive. the gunman got away - and police don't have a detailed description. (grant) the dublin waterslide where a 10 year old boy was injured when he was propelled into the air last year is set to reopen tomorrow. kron4's maureen kelly has the report that details the state's findings into that accident and talked to the waterpark's operators about why they believe the slide is
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now safe for riders. it happened not long after the city of dublin's brand new 43 million dollar waterpark called the wave open it's doors to the public last year. the 10 year old was violently flung off the slide known as the emerald plunge. the child suffered scrapes and bruises....that slide and the once called the dublin screamer you see to the right were shut down. and the state launched an investigation. it was ultimately concluded that the water flow and the water height settings of the slide or too high here's the report from cal osha that found that the slides's manufacturer, whitewater west, did not have effective development testing procedures in place. now one year later....the settings on the emerald plunge have been lowered all of the slides are set to reopen saturday. the spokes person for the city of dublin this time around says this time around both the emerald plunge and the dublin screamer have been thoroughly tested have been thoroughly tested starting with bags of bearing weight and length and then dummies and then finally a multitude of life riders look at this facility in another facility with a similar slide and settings that people who made the people who meet the height and
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weight settings can ride down safely the city is confident that the ride will now be safe for all riders. but parents had mixed feelings about whether or not they'd let there kid take the emerald plunge.not yet maybe were going to wait for like a month or three months before we let them go slide just to make sure everything is working on the slide i don't wanna wipe my kids to be to test subject seems like they've done the adequate testing so i think would be safethe parents of the boy who was injured eventually dropped their lawsuit against the city and settled with the makers of the waterslide for an undisclosed sum. they didn't want go on camera but their attorney says they just hope the repairs are made for the safety of the kids who visit the park. maureen kelly kron4 news.
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(anchor1) taking a live look outside-- at the golden gate bridge. (anchor 2) ti now to check on our weather... with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: low pressure brought a few scattered showers to the bay area today and cool temperatures. you can see a few scattered showers on the doppler radar with the heaviest rain in far northern california. on the satellite you can see the storm spinning right overhead. it will slowly move south and east tonight. but we could see a few more showers tonight and into early tomorrow morning. so on saturday we could see few left over showers in the early morning before clearing in the midday and afternoon. highs tomorrow will be a little warmer with 60s and mid 70s. offshore winds begin on sunday to really crank up the heat. highs will be in the 70s and 80s inland, 70s around the bay and 60s at the coast. we could
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see some low 90s on memorial dain the warmest valleys and 60s and a few low 70s at the coast. cooler weather is expected toward the middle of next week. (catherine) a big celebration in the north week.middle of next week. (catherine) back to our top story tonight-- a shooting near the sunvalley mall in concord. (grant) the shooting actually happened in pleasant hill city limits-- kron 4's haaziq madyun is live at the police department with an update. haaziq? (on cam)a marijuana drug deal that ended in gun violence.
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that is how investigators here at the pleasant hill police department are describing a shooting that happened around 11:30am on santa monica drive right across the street from the sun valley mall. police say they were called to the area following a report of gun shots. a man who works in the area describes the scene after the shooting sot
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something that we don't always have forewarning for"> the victim who was wounded in the shooting and taken to a local hospital is described as a 27-year-old male. investigators say that neighborhood appears to have been chosen at random for the transaction. police have no suspect information at this time...in pleasant hill haaziq madyun (catherine) a big celebration in the north bay the first resident has moved back into his rebuilt home that was destroyed in the wildfires. it was an emotional day - filled with pride and joy. kron four's terisa estacio takes us to coffey park... (estacio reporting) (here is your key momento)a ribbon cutting, a certificate,
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special keys this was not your typical homecoming but this was not a normal situation. dan bradford, back home, northbay fires "very appriate this." dan bradford is the first person to move back into coffey park after the tubbs fire roared through the neighborhood destroying thousands of homes. dan wiped away tears as he took in the moment, thanking city officials and his contractors. dan bradford, back home, northbay fires. for city officials they were beaming with pride - chris coursey, mayor santa rosa. "it is been a journey." dan took everyone in for a tour of his new home. as you can see, he has some finishing touches still to do. bradford. i gotta wash the sheets. but bradford is beyond happy tonight will be his first official night in his new home. in addition he has a message for others. bradford. hang in there, it is worth it. in santa rosa, terisa estacio
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(grant) a big national story a big a big national story we are following tonight-- police have arrested a driver suspected of crashing into three women on a sidewalk in portland... and then leaving the scene. this is video as officers surrounded the suspect's car-- and took him into custody. the crash happened this morning near portland state university.
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two of the three women were seriously injured. police arrested the man after someone spotted his car. right now investigators are trying to determine a motive. (catherine) a teacher and a student were injured in an indiana classroom today....and a student has been detained. it happened at the noblesville west middle school....where students say they were taking a test when a classmateleft the room.....then walked back in and opened fire. frightened parents and friends began to gather outsidethe school when word of the shooting spread.. police say they're trying to figure out a motive...and the student is in custody. chief kevin jowitt, noblesville police department: a male student asked to be excused from his class. he left the classroom. he then returned armed with two handguns. and that classroom is where the activities occurred. we do know the situation resolved extremely quickly with the result again that the teacher and one student were injured and the suspect was placed into custody. custody. one reason
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the incident ended quickly -- a science teacheris being credited tonight with tackling the student who was firing... after swatting the gun from his hand. jason seaman is also the school football coach. a woman on facebook identifying herself as his mothersays he was shot three times - but is out of surgery and doing 'well' tonight.. no details have been released yet by the police. (grant) happenning now... people in a palo alto neighborhood have noticed more and more coyotes roaming their streets in the past few months. kron four's philippe djegal details the number of sightings and what the coyotes may be looking for. (philippe) just a few minutes into walking her dog friday... nancy tillman came across a coyote.nancy tillman/neighbor- "it walked across stanford avenue into our neighborhood -- college terrace." tillman says the coyote was not aggressive. wildlife experts say they rarely are towards humans... but still, coyotes running freely on neighborhood streets concerns those who live in palo alto's college terrace neighborhood... even though it isn't totally out of the ordinary.nancy
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tillman/neighbor- "i see them every two or three days since march, and in the recent months its been much, much more frequent." from this neighborhood... the santa clara county vector control district says it has received 25 coyote-related calls in the past 60 days... 13 were confirmed sightings. vector control says those numbers are actually down for this time of year based on the past six years of data... but not all sightings are reported.norma stoliar/walker- "they don't seem to be aggressive. they're just on their way, looking for rodents to eat, i think." norma stoliar (stow-lee-are) and janie garcia spotted a coyote during their midday walk off page mill road. i also spotted a coyote on the trail nearby but it ran off as soon as we made eye contact.janie garcia/walker- "we were going to pick up some walking sticks, just to prepare ourself if they did get a little closer." the vector control district says small dogs and cats are pray for coyotes. don't leave your pet food outside... use loud noises to scare them away. and, make sure your garbage bins are secured. in palo alto, philippe djegal, kron four news. (grant) coming up-- a sight
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that made a lot of people happy today-- disgraced movie mogul havey weinstein walks into a new york courtroom-- in handcuffs. and he is now charged with rape. (catherine) it's crunch time for the people trying to become san francisco's next mayor. candidate mark leno will join us live in the studio... we'll talk about his perspectives and plans for the city. (grant) and after the break-- we'll show you where home prices are rising fastest in the bay area. maybe you could save energy by weaving your own shoes... out of flax. or simply adjust your thermostat. do your thing, with energy upgrade california. i thought after sandy hook, where 20 six and seven year olds were slain,
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this would never happen again. it has happened more than 200 times in 5 years. dianne feinstein and a new generation are leading the fight to pass a new assault weapons ban. say no to the nra and yes to common-sense gun laws. california values senator dianne feinstein (catherine) new at
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five -- how high can it go? are we in a bubble? is there a crash coming? we're talking about the red hot bay area real estate market. kron four's rob fladeboe has some perspective from the south bay -- where home prices are rising the fastest. rick smith/windemere real estate "...i don't think were in a bubble or a peak..." past president of the santa clara county realtor's associationrick smith just sold this home in san jose's burbank district. it was listed for $899,000 and sold for $1,250,000. there were multiple offers.rick smith/realtor "....it's an average home, 3-bedrooms, 2 baths, 11-hundred square feet, the burbank area is an up and coming area, theres a lot of things happening o nearby san carlos street and it's close to diridon station where the new google complex is planned..." prices for existing single-family homes in the 9-county bay area region are up 11-percent from a year ago to a record $893,000 dollars. in santa clara county, which saw a 25- percent jump over last april, the median-price is now
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$1,308,000, according to the real estate data firm core logic. alameda is up 11.8 percent while san mateo county grew 7 percent.rick smith/realtor ".....microsoft, google, facebook, apple, all of these companies are making substantial investments in land and office buildings across the south bay and peninsula and they're message is they're here and they're here to stay and they are attracting top flight people..."smith says the association's national research committee seesprices rising 8-percent per year for at least two more years. he says inventory is up slightly but deals get done fast. this home was on the market for just nine days.rob fladeboe/san jose "...no matter how you spin it, this red hot real estate market comes down tosupply and demand. a very limited supply and a seemingly insatiable demand. in san jose rob fladeboe kron 4 news.
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(catherine) all this week--- kron 4 has been featuring homes at the median price in the bay area. and we take you to other cities across the country to show you what you can get for your money there. if you'd like to see all of the homes we've featured in our series this week, we posted the videos on our website -- kron 4 dot com. (grant) lava eruptions are unrelenting tonight in the leilani estates area...with several fissures re-activating. and officials warn and officials warn anything could happen at any time. it's been 3 weeks since lava first started destorying homes and changing the landscape on the big island... experts say it could spew lava for months.
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and as brigette namata reports... many people who are now homeless...say they don't know what to do next. kahukai street. what was once a quiet country road in leilani estates is now overrun by lava, boiling and bubbling in all its glory. nat sound: lava spewing away what you see here is a stunning display of the earth creating new land... we are about 500 yards away from the flow and you feel like you're in a furnace. it smells like charcoal. im told its a mixture of sulfide dioxide and vegetation thats smoldering and burning. the lava is oozing towards the ocean, past the puna geothermal venture power plant. cracks continue to form inside leilani estates... a sign it could turn into a new fissure... and potential for more personal loss.major jeff hickman, national guard: whenever we see a crack we mark it and we measure it and we can see if it's getting bigger or smaller, if it's shifting left and right. so with that, the smart people, the scientists are gonna let them know that hey something might be coming, this is
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something we need to watch for the dalton family is still recovering from when lava first erupted on may 3rd. fissure 9 opened in their front yard. heath dalton, home destroyed by lava: and then the fissure kept going and it literally opened up underneath our house on moku. you see what's left of the house on both sides of the fissure. the fissure was actually in our front yard but the heat caught our house on firethey accept what happened... but it's still a hard pill to swallow. the ..uh..yeah what can you do. it is what it is. the daltons lost everything. as a mom i'm focusing on my son and my daughter but inside i'm a complete mess. we lost the house and everything inside. denise and heath's kids are 3 and 4...it's very stressful. it's daunting. it's like..how do you 3yo and a 4yo and how do you keep yourself together to keep things going knows we can't go home coz there's lava. what toys..well honey i'm sorry your lava>they say, they're taking it day by day... and looking for a new home. there's just ..there's not a very large rental big island but until then we just kinda ..very gracious to all our friends who are opening their doors and letting (grant) the family says there are not a lot of homes available to rent on the big island-- so for now they are relying on friends for places to stay. (catherine) sexual misconduct allegations have caught up to disgraced hollywood producer harvey weinstein... he turned himself in to the new york police department today.. he arrived carrying books....and smiling at times. when he left the building a short time
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later to be taken to court,he was wearing handcuffs and being escorted by officers. he's been charged with first and third-degree rape - and committing a criminal sex act. weinstein later appeared in court for a bond hearing...whereprosecutors outlined the allegations.. benjamin brafman/ attorney for harvey weinstein: mr. weinstein did not invent the casting couch in hollywood and to the extent that there is bad behavior in that industry that is not what this is about. bad behavior is not on trial in this case. it's only if you intentionally committed a criminal act and mr. weinstein vigorously denies that. that. the charges stem from the accounts of two women... more charges could be coming - since a grand jury continues to hear testimony from at least four other women. weinstein is now out of jail, after posting a one-million dollar cash bail. he had to surrender his passport and has to wear a monitoring device.
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(anchor) taking a live look outside-- san francisco's embarcadero. (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: low pressure brought a few scattered showers to the bay area today and cool temperatures. you can see a few scattered showers on the doppler radar with the heaviest rain in far northern california. on the satellite you can see the storm spinning right overhead. it will slowly move south and east tonight. but we could see a few more showers tonight and into early tomorrow morning. so on saturday we could see few left over showers in the early morning before clearing in the midday and afternoon. highs tomorrow will be a little warmer with 60s and mid 70s. offshore winds begin on sunday to really crank up the heat. highs will be in the 70s and 80s inland, 70s around the bay and 60s at the coast. we could see some low 90s on memorial day in the warmest valleys and 60s and a few low 70s at the coast. cooler weather is expected toward the middle of next week
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(catherine) (catherine) still ahead-- do you
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ever worry that your amazon alexa is spying on you? one couple says they have proof that it 'does' happen.. we'll explain. (grant) plus-- a teen is banned from her high school graduation-- because of comments she made on social media. details on why administration is so upset.
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(grant) a stockton high school senior posted critical comments about her education. now the school is banning her from her own graduation ceremony. reporter steve large has more. alexis irvine/ graduating senior:"i am confused, disappointed in my own school, you know."just days away from the pomp and circumstance of a graduation ceremony with her senior class, alexis banned from participating in the time-tested tradition. alexis irvine/ graduating senior:"it is just very heartbreaking." for saint mary's high school
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reads - be who you are and be that well.she says the school is not practicing the motto that it's preaching. alexis irvine/ graduating senior:"i wanted to express an opinion because i felt like that was something i experienced and i wanted to share that with people. and i got condemned for it. irvine posted part of a college entrance essay on a twitter account which reads in part:"saint mary's repetitively put time and money into bettering the sports programs rather than upgrading our education and our school."her post included allegations of outdated learning tools and dirty conditions.the school president says the post broke the school's electric use policy that includes a section about undermining the school's mission.and the student is allowed to graduate but will not be participating in the graduation ceremony. cynthia martinez/ mother:"their actions are questionable." alexis' mother says the school's punishment is disproportionate and it should have been handled better. cynthia martinez/ mother:"i mean what does this say to kids about being honest and about expressing their experiences?"this is not irvine's first time making headlines at her school.cbs 13 talked to her first in 2014 when she was the only girl on her freshman football team.she played wide receiver.four years later, tackling a different topic--crossing the goal line of her high school career with her own school
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banning her attendance at its ceremony celebration. alexis irvine/ graduating senior: "they don't want me around." (grant) that was steve large reporting. that graduation ceremony is set for tomorrow. as of right now she is not going to be a part of it. irvine will be going to sonoma state university in the fall. she hopes to one day work in law enforcement. (catherine) we're less than a month away from the june election-- and candidates are working to get your votes. next-- we're joined here in the studio by san francisco mayor hopeful mark leno. (grant) plus-- a local teacher is arrested for sexual battery. and tonight police say there may be police say there may be
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was arrested on wednesday. he is a kindergarten teacher at dahl elementary school in san jose. police say he asked a 9-year-old student to help him set up his classroom earlier this month. he was accused of inappropriately touching her -- but today police say they did not find sufficient evidence to charge him. .. (grant) a teacher is arrested... accused of sexual battery in two different cases. now deputies are looking for more victims. christopher kaldy is accused of inappropriate contact with a student and another case involving a teacher.. he did surrender to police. kaldy has been a been a music teacher milpitas high school since 1998. he's been on adminstrative leave since march... that's when the first report against him was made. (catherine) bart riders got a scare when a false bomb threat was reported at the hayward rt station. the call came in through the bart watch mobile app just before noon yesterday. officers and k-9 units responeded to
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the scene and shut down the station for about 20 minutes. services resumed after crews confirmed that nothing was found on the train... (grant) kicking off the big memorial day weekend... the bottlerock music festival began today in napa. the sold out three-day music festival opened its doors around noon... and goes through sunday. this years headliners include bruno mars, earth wind and fire, and snoop dogg. for those of yowho didn't get tickets to the sold out event... the festival will be streamed live on twitter. streamed live festival will be event... the festival will be streamed live on twitter. lawrence karnow: low pressure brought a few scattered showers to the bay area today and cool temperatures. you can see a few scattered showers on the doppler radar with the heaviest rain in far northern california. on the satellite
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you can see the storm spinning right overhead. it will slowly move south and east tonight. but we could see a few more showers tonight and into early tomorrow morning. so on saturday we could see few left over showers in the early morning before clearing in the midday and afternoon. highs tomorrow will be a little warmer with 60s and mid 70s. offshore winds begin on sunday to really crank up the heat. the 70s and 80s inland, 70s around the bay and 60s at the coast. we could see some low 90s on memorial day in the warmest valleys and 60s and a few low 70s at the coast. cooler weather is expected toward the middle of next week. (catherine) kron 4 is your local election headquarters... tonight we're taking a look at one of the biggest contests ahead of the june election. san francisco will be electing a new mayor. (grant) kron4 has invited all of the mayoral candidates to our studio to talk about their candidacy. we've talked to london breed, jane kim, angela alioto, and republican richie greenberg. and joining us tonight--- is mark leno. you're one
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of the two progressives in the race...several polls have you at the front of the pack with london breed. you'd be the city's first openly gay mayor. we'll start with the housing crisis. normal middle class people c't afford to live here. why are you the person to fix that problem?1. housing (grant) - the cost of housing
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is forcing people out of the city and the bay area...how do you make this a place where middle class people can afford to live again?moderate2. homeless (catherine) q: the homeless population has exploded in sf. you say it's inhumane. where are you planning to put the homeless and what about those who want to stay on the street? 3. dirty streets 3. dirty streets (catherinei) q: sf in the
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national news lately for dirty streets and drug addicts using out in the open. affecting locals and tourists. how can you clean up the streets of san franciso?4. crime/chief (grant) police chief bill
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scott could be leaving after a year in charge...he's a finalist for same job in l0-a. car break ins might be down...but that's still an epidemic that's frustrating residents and leaving tourists dismayed. how do you stabalize the department leadership and keep broken glass off the sidewalks?
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herine) fiat chrysler is recalling four-point-eight million vehicles.. a problem is preventing drivers from shutting off the cruise control.. this affects at least 15-different chrysler, dodge and jeep vehicles. drivers who accelerate while on cruise control are having problems because of a short circuit. fiat chrysler is asking drivers to avoid using cruise control until they take their car to a dealership for
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a software update. (grant) still ahead-- the warriors are now down 3-2 in the western conference finals. can they bounce back? gary radnich joins us on set to break it all down.
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(grant) a tough loss for the warriors last night-- and now steph curry's wife says she was harassed by a rockets fan. this is ayesha curry's tweet today. she says a rockets fan bumped her quote..'8 month pregnant belly' after golden state lost game 5 last night. a video was posted on twitter that shows a rockets' fan trash-talking ayesha.. and her father-in-law dell. ayesha responded to the video claiming the man said "doesn't losing feel like getting punched in the gut?" she also said he continued to follow her and taunt her with his camera. we have the video of the altercation on our website at kron-4 dot com. (catherine) and the warriors are back in the bay
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area after losing game five in houston against the rockets (grant) this is the first time golden state has lost back to back playoff games since kevin durant joined the team the rockets lead the series 3-2 heading into game six at oracle arena our sports director, gary radnich join us to tell us why the warriors remain the favorites to remain the the warriors remain the favorites to advance to the n-b-a finals. (gary) draymond green after draymond green after losing game five
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said he guarantees the warriors will force a game seven. and vegas agrees with him... golden state is eleven and a half point favorites for game six the warriors felt short once again. golden state didn't have an answer for chris paul in the second half after starting 0-for-7... he hit a three over steph curry and shimmed in his face in the fourth... with the clock winding down... paul throws it up and sinks it in for a three scored 18 of his 20 points in the second half but with less than a minute to go... paul throws up a floater and hurts his hamstring falling to the ground. the rockets say paul will miss game six with a hamstring strain steve kerr didn't comment on paul's injury but knows the team needs to get their momentum back steve kerr/warriors head coach: "yeah i mean this is kind of what the playoffs are about you go through a lot of ups and downs, but ultimately somebody has win to win four times. you just keep going and keep playing we have a chance to tie the series at home that's a pretty good position to be in. we have to win two basketball games, we've done that an awful lot, we are very confident". (gary) (gary) (gary) make sure to tune
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in this sunday at 9-30 for kron four hoop session. mark carpenter and kim smith will break everything game six... as the warriors will be looking to force a game seven.
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game seven.to force a will be looking the warriors game six... as down from everything break everything down from game six... as will be looking game seven. (grant) (grant) efforts to lower the tax on marijuana in california faced its first a legislative challenge today pam moore is in the newsroom now where we are working on that story for six. ( pam ) thanks grant.. coming up at six.. the legislative proposal to lower the pot tax was 'blown off' at the state capitol. there wasn't enough support for the idea to get it voted out of committee. how the state is struggling to legislate the marijuana business, now that recreational use has broadened its reach. plus.. how hip is san franciso? it is on the list , but not as high on the list as you might think. we'll tell you what u.s. city is even 'hipper'
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than the city by the bay. that story at six.. but right now, let's get back to the news at five. (anchor) taking a live (anchor) taking a live look outside... taking a live look outside... at the san mateo bridge.(anchor) time now to check on our weather... with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: low pressure brought a few scattered showers to the bay area today and cool temperatures. you can see a few scattered showers on the doppler radar with the heaviest rain in far northern california. on the satellite you can see the storm spinning right overhead. it will slowly move south and east tonight.
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but we could see a few more showers tonight and into early tomorrow morning. so on saturday we could see few left over showers in the early morning before clearing in the midday and afternoon. highs tomorrow will be a little warmer with 60s and mid 70s. offshore winds begin on sunday to really crank up the heat. highs will be in the 70s and 80s inland, 70s around the bay and 60s at the coast. we could see some low 90s on memorial day in the warmest valleys and 60s and a few coast. cooler weather is expected toward the middle of next week.
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(grant) next on kron4 news at 5... a couple says their amazon alexa device spied on them. and the company says it was just an unfortunate mistake.
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a couple in portland says their amazon alexa device recorded their conversations at home.atherine) the wife says alexa then sent the
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recordings to one of her hubsand's employees - in seattle. gary horcher has the story. "my husband and i would randomly joke sometimes like, i bet these devices are listening to what we're saying."until recently...danie lle's home was completely wired in every room with the amazon echo. her family used the alexa app to do everything from turn up the heat to turn off the lights.but danielle told us via skype that two weeks ago-- their love for alexa changed with an alarming phone call.danielle / amazon alexa user:"the person on the other line said 'unplug your alexa devices right now!'"that person was one of her husband's employees-- calling from seattle."we go around and unplug them all and he proceeded to tell us that he had recieved, audio files, recordings from what was going on in our house."danielle says her amazon device in her portland home recorded a private conversation--and sent that recording to a random contact--which was the employee in seattle.and she repeatedly called amazon. she says an alexa engineer investiged."our engineers went though your logs. they saw exactly what you told us, exactly what you said happened, and we're sorry." "we're sorry?"
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(catherine) that wraps (catherine) "we're sorry?"we're sorry." "we're sorry?" (catherine) that wraps up kron 4 news at 5.(granti) ken wayne and pam moore are
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here with kron 4 news at six. (ken) thanks grant and catherine.. next at six. as the saying goes... there's no place like home. and for this man, there's no place like a new home... he was burned out by the north bay wildfire.. how he is paving the way to recovery in coffee park.(pam) and the warning for owners of small pets on the penninusla. coyotes are roaming the hills ... why there have been more sightings reported recently.( pam ) plus... which city out ranks san francisco as ing a hip place to live. more news still ahead next.. on kron 4 news at five.
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overwhelming... applause> (pam) tonight at 6. a big
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celebration in the north bay the first resident has moved back into his rebuilt home that was destroyed in the wildfires. destroyed in the wildfires. it was an emotional day - filled with pride and hope. thank you for joining us. i'm pam moore.(ken) and i'm ken wayne. dan bradford rebuilt his home using the original foundation. but everything else about the house... is brand new. kron four's terisa estacio has more from coffey park. (estacio reporting) (here is your key momento)a ribbon cutting, a certificate, special keys this was not your typical homecoming but this was not a normal situation. dan bradford, back home, northbay fires "very appreciate this." dan bradford is the first person to move back into coffey park after the tubbs fire roared through the neighborhood destroying thousands of homes. dan wiped away tears as he took in the moment, thanking city officials and his contractors. dan bradford,
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back home, northbay fires. for city officials they were beaming with pride - chris coursey, mayor santa rosa. "it is been a journey." dan took everyone in for a tour of his new home. as you can see, he has some finishing touches still to do. bradford. i gotta wash the sheets. but bradford is beyond happy tonight will be his first official night in his new home. in addition he has a message for others. bradford. hang in there, it is worth it. in santa rosa, terisa estacio ( pam ) another big story tonight. a man was shot near the sun valley mall today ... ( pam ) ( pam ) another big story
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tonight. a man was shot near the sun valley mall today ... and the gunman is still at large. it happened on santa monica drive in pleasant hill, just before noon. as kron4's haaziq madyun reports... police say, the shooting happened during a drug deal gone wrong. pkga marijuana drug deal that ended in gun violence. that is how investigators here at the pleasant hill police department are describing a shooting that happened around 11:30am on santa monica drive right across the street from the sun valley mall sot a man who works in the area
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describes the scenesotsotsgt. ron priebe/pleasant hill police department: "yeah it's definitely unusual for this community to have a shooting or a drug deal that occurs, especially in a location such as this. it's an unfortunate incident. we try our best to prevent things like this but a dealing between private parties that turns bad is something that we don't always have forewarning for">the victim who was wounded in the shooting and taken to a local hospital is described as a 27-year-old male. investigators say that neighborhood appears to have been chosen at random for the transaction. police have no suspect information at this time...in pleasant hill haaziq madyun haaziq madyun
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(ken) police are still looking for an armed suspect after a shooting in san francisco's pacific heights neighborhood on california street. police were called to the scene just after 1:30 this afternoon and found a person who was shot. the victim is expected to survive. the gunman got away - and police don't have a detailed description. (pam) three people were injured in portland today, after a car went up on to the sidewalk. (ken) the suspected driver of the vehicle fled the scene... but has now been aprehended by police. grant lodes joins us now in the newsroom with the latest. (grant) police say (grant) police say they don't know why the man drove his suv onto the sidewalk. three women were hit. one is in critical condition, a second woman is in serious condition and the third is in fair condition. it happened this morning near portland state university. you're looking at video of the
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arrest. police made the arrest thanks to a 911 call from someone who spotted the man's blue "mazda tribute." the suspect's car has significant damage to its front end. (grant)authorities are now trying to obtain a search warrant in order to seize the car as evidence. (ken) a waterslide that left a 10 year old boy injured in dublin last year is set to reopen tomorrow. kron4's maureen kelly talked with the operators of the wave waterpark who say they are confident that this time around, the slide will be safe for children. it happened not long after
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the city of dublin's brand new 43 million dollar waterpark called the wave open it's doors to the public last year. the 10 year old was violently flung off the slide known as the emerald plunge. the child suffered scrapes and bruises....that slide and the once called the dublin screamer you see to the right were shut down. and the state launched an investigation.áit was determinted that the water flow and water height settings of the slide were too high. here's the report from cal osha that found that the slides's manufacturer, whitewater west, did not have effective development testing procedures in place. now one year later....the settings on the emerald plunge have been lowered all of the slides are set to reopen saturday. the water levels both the flow and water the water levels both the flow of water the pool of water that's it to the base of the slide have been lowered so people are very heights and weights cannot ride the slide safely the spokes person for the city of dublin this time around says this time around both the emerald plunge and the dublin screamer have been thoroughly tested have been
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thoroughly tested. our priority the safety and health of all of our patrons certainly would not re-open the slides if we were did not feel confident that they would be safe for all riders but parents had mixed reactions about whether or not they'd let there kid take the emerald plunge. not yet maybe were going to wait for like a month or three months before we let them go slide just to make sure everything is working on the slide i think so i mean surely says they had one accident they've had to deal with the repercussions i would think surely it's safe now i would help the boy who was injured eventually dropped their lawsuit against the city and settled with the makers of the waterslide for an undisclosed sum. they didn't want go on camera but their attorney says they just hope the repairs are made for the safety of the kids who visit the park.maureen kelly kron4 news. (pam) (pam) new tonight at 6.a brush fire burned hillsides in burbank this afternoon. authorities do not know what sparked the flames.
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thick smoke from the fire ... could be seen for miles. officials closed all recreation areas near the fire... but no homes had to be evacuated. a live look outside right now... outside right now... (pam) as we get our first look at the four zone forecast with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: low pressure brought a few scattered showers to the bay area today and cool temperatures. you can see a few scattered showers on the doppler radar with the heaviest rain in far northern california. on the satellite you can see the storm spinning right overhead. it will slowly move south and east tonight. but we could see a few more showers tonight and into early tomorrow morning. so on saturday we could see few left over showers in the early morning before clearing in the
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midday and afternoon. highs tomorrow will be a little warmer with 60s and mid 70s. offshore winds begin on sunday to really crank up the heat. highs will be in the 70s and 80s inland, 70s around the bay and 60s at the coast. we could see some low 90s on memorial day in the warmest valleys and 60s and a few low 70s at the coast. cooler weather is expected toward the middle of next week. a school in indiana is the latest to suffer gun violence.. police say, a boy armed with two handguns... shot and injured a teacherand a fellow classmate this morning.. catherine heenan is here with the latest.. (catherine) police say they have the student who opened fire in custody...and are trying to figure out a motive. the shooting happened at a middle school in noblesville indiana... we're learning tonight that a female stuent is in critical condition... a teacher - in good condition. witnesses say a boy
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asked to be excused during a test this morning....then returned with the two guns and opened fire.. swat teams were on the campus in minutes....and worried parents and friends began arriving. one student later old reporters that he and his classmateshad barricaded themselves in another classroom.. unidentified student - super scary! it was a, we just hid, we were quiet, muffled crying, i held my hands with one of my friends , saying 'we're gonna be all right, it's gonna be okay.people running, people stomping, i'm assuming it was police officers, we heard them talking, i couldn't really hear what they were saying, though, it was just very tough to hear. some students and parents are crediting this man for the fact that the incident ended quickly. they say science teacher jason seaman tackled the student with the gun. the student has not been publicly identified yet. tonight family members - his mother and a brother - say
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seaman was shot three times but is out of surgery and 'doing well.' ken and pam? (ken) a revenue buzz kill. the effort to spark legal marijuana sales by cutting taxes... has failed for now. the latest from the state capitol. (pam) a new way to ride bart in the east bay. we'll show you the service that opened up... but you won't be riding in the kind of bart car you are used to. (ken) up next... coyote concerns in the south bay. what neighbors are saying about an increase in sightings in palo alto. u could save energy by
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john chiang. the proven, progressive leader we need for california's future. (ken) neighbors in a palo alto neighborhood have noticed more and more coyotes roaming their streets in the past few months.(pam) kron four's (pam) kron four's philippe djegal details the number of sightings... and what the coyotes may be looking for. (philippe) in the past two months... the santa clara county vector control district says it's received 25 coyote- related calls from palo alto's college terrace neighborhood... 13 of them were confirmed sightings. the vector control district says that's not a lot for this time of year... but not all sightings are reported.katie demott/neighbor- "i am a little more cautious when i've got my son with me and hiking the dish." katie demott lives in this area... and, walks the trails daily. she says coyotes have lived near the neighborhood for as long as she has... but is alarmed by reports that they're also walking the city streets.katie demott/neighbor- "i wouldn't leave food on the patio, or and keep the doors closed, obviously." the vector control district says
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small dogs and cats are pray for coyotes. use loud noises to scare them away. nancy tillman says she's noticed increased coyote activity since march when she walks her big dog...nancy tillman/neighbor- "he's seen them many times. he looks at them with interest -- they look at him with interest. but they've never approached us, they're often on the move or just standing around." the vector control district says make sure your garbage bins are secured. don't leave anything outside that may be attractive to a coyote.norma stoliar/walker- "definitely cautious, uh, we were even talking about picking up some walking sticks, just in case. um, cause you never know. you wanna be prepared in case they're rabbies, or maybe they are going to be aggressive, or if they're in a pack, you have to be careful too." none of the recent reported sightings have resulted in a person being attacked. in palo alto, philippe djegal, kron four news. (ken) in the east bay. relief is on the way for bay area commuters in antioch...as a new bart extension will open this saturday. there was a
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ribbon cutting 11 this morning. people were then treated to free preview rides of bart's new trains. passengers who live in antioch and wanted to ride bart have had to drive to the pittsburg-bay point station in order to get their train... but tommorrow that will all change. the extension will be able to carry an estimated 2,400 people in each direction, per hour, during direction, per hour, during rush hours. (pam) efforts to lower taxes on cannabis stalled at the state capitol. assembly bill 31-57 -- failed to advance out of committee today. the bill would have lowered two key taxes for the next three years: the excise tax from 15- percent to 11- percent .... and zero cultivation taxes during that same time. suprters of the bill have said, the bill would encourage people to come and buy from the regulated market, as opposed to the black market which is less expensive because there are no taxes.. the state released its first quarter tax revenues earlier this month -- only making 60- million dollars in total --
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much lower than projection. one state official talked with us about some of the early struggles of the legal market.. (pam) the bureau of cannabis control -- deciding officially today, it plans to extend its temporary rules for another six- months. the rules were set to expire later this spring. let's take a look outside right now...(pam) chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us now with the four zone forecast... through the holiday weekend... weekend... lawrence karnow: low pressure brought a few scattered
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showers to the bay area today and cool temperatures. you can see a few scattered showers on the doppler radar with the heaviest rain in far northern california. on the satellite you can see the storm spinning right overhead. it will slowly move south and east tonight. but we could see a few more showers tonight and into early tomorrow morning. so on saturday we could see few left over showers in the early morning before clearing in the midday and afternoon. highs tomorrow will be a little warmer with 60s and mid 70s. offshore winds begin on sunday to really crank up the heat. highs will be in the 70s and 80s inland, 70s around the bay and 60s at the coast. we could see some low 90s on memorial day in the warmest valleys and 60s and a few low 70s at the coast. cooler weather is expected toward the middle of next week.
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(pam) a median priced home in santa clara county now costs more than a million dollars to buy . up next ... details on the sky high housing market in silicon valley. ( ken) the list of top hipster cities around the world is out. bay area hipsters might have to step up their game.
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(pam) the sky is the limit for home prices here in the bay area. kron four's rob fladeboe reports from the south bay... where home prices are going through the roof... again.. rob fladeboe/san jose "...how hot is the bay area real estate market right now? this home in san jose's burbank district was on the market for just 9 days. it had multiple offers and sold for $250,000 offers and sold for $250,000 dollars over the asking price...." here are the latest numbers. median home prices are up across the region. up 25-percent in santa clara county to $1,308,000 dollars. this
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modest 2-bedroom, 2-bath, 11- hundred square foot home in san jose's up andcomingburbank district was listed for $899,950 andsold nine days later for $1,250,00o. i asked broker and past president of the santa clara county realtors association rick smith to explain what's going on.rick smith/windemere real estatethe assocation's national research committee expects prices will rise another 8-percent for at least two more years.rob fladeboe/san jose "...no maer how you spin things it comes down tosupply and demand and right now there is a very limited supply of single family homes and a seemingly insatiable demand..."
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(ken) new at 6. button that plaid shirt and make sure your man bun is in place... because we have a list of the top hipster cities in the world. take a look. believe it or not no bay area city is in the top five. brighton and hove... brighton and hove... located in the united kingdom...is home to the most hipsters. portland... salt lake city...seattle...and lisbon, portugal...round out the top five. to the surprise of many... san francisco landed the 15th spot. oakland made the list at 21...and san jose is all the way at 158th. the list created by movehub...combined the number of vegan eatieres...coffee shops...tattoo studios...vintag e boutiques..and record stores per 100 thousand city residents. (pam) it's a day many
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women thought they would never see. disgraced hollywood mogul harvey weinstein in hand cuffs... doing a perp walk. what happened in court today. (ken) it's a holiday weekend and time to hit the road for millions of americans. what you should know before you pack up. (lawrence)and i'm tracking your weeknight forcast... that's just ahead.
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remarkable statement from harvey weinstein's attorney today ... speaking out on behalf of his client... after the disgraced producer walked into the new york city police department .... and turned himself in to authorities. (ken) weinstein was charged with first and third-degree rape and a first- degree criminal sexual act related to two separate cases. reid binion has more from new york. sexual misconduct allegations have caught up to disgraced hollywooproducer harvey weinstein.weinstein turned himself in to the new york police departments' 1st precinct friday morning and was charged with first and third-degree rape, and committing a criminal sex act. in a statement the nypd said
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today's charges were for incidents involving two women and it thanked the, "brave survivors for their courage to come forward and seek justice." weinstein later appeared in new york county supreme court for a bond hearing, where prosecutors alleged, voice of joan illuzzi / manhattan district attorney's office: this defendant used his position, money, and power. to lure young women into situations where he was able to violate them sexually. weinstein's attorney responded saying that any allegations of non-consensual sex were unequivocally denied,benjamin brafman / harvey weinstein attorney: mr. weinstein will enter a plea of not guilty. we intend to move very quickly to charges. mr. weinstein has maintained that any sexual activity he engaged in was consensual.one of the first women to publicly accuse weinstein of assault, actress rose mcgowan released a statement on instagram thursday saying in part, "i, and so many of harvey weinstein's survivors, had given up hope that our rapist would be held accountable by law. twenty years ago, i swore that i would right this wrong. today we are one step closer to justice."i'm reid binion reporting. (pam) (pam)
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(pam) new tonight at 6. embattled southern california assemblywoman cristina garcia... returned to the assembly floor today... for the first time since allegations of groping against her, turned out to be unsubstantiated. while some of her fellow democratic lawmakers greeted garcia with hugs, she was also greeted by protesters. a group of women wore shirts that spelled out "resign" in a form of silent protest. garcia had been on a three- month leave of absence ... following the groping allegation, and other claims of inappropriate behavior. investigators found... she used language that violated the assembly's sexual harassment policy.. garcia had to step down from her committee assignments and attend sensitivity training. (pam)(ken) time now for a look at the top stories we're working on tonight. a ribbon cutting, a certificate, special keys this was not your typical homecoming but this was not a normal situation. dan bradford is the first person
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to move back into coffey park after the tubbs fire roared through the neighborhood destroying thousands of homes. dan wiped away tears as he took in the moment, thanking city officials and his contractors. teserisa estacio kron four news. sota marijuana drug deal that ended in gun violence. that is how investigators here at the pleasant hill police department are describing a shooting that happened around 11:30am on santa monica drive right across the street from the sun valley mall sot sot investigators say that neighborhood appears to have been chosen at random for the transaction. police have no suspect information at this time...in pleasant hill haaziq madyun in palo alto... neighbors have
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noticed increased coyote activity in the college terrace neighborhood. the santa clara county vector control district says there have been 13 confirmed sightings in the area in the past 60 days. neighbors are advised keep their pets and pet food indoors overnight... and, if you happen to come across a coyote... make loud noises to scare it away. coyote's rarely attack humans, unprovoked. in palo alto, philippe djegal, kron four news. in dublin the emerald plunge, a waterslide that violently launched a 10 year old boy last year during the opening of the city's waterpark is about be back in service the boy suffered scrapes and bruises and both that slide and a neighboring slide were closed as the state investigated. cal osha found that the water flow settings were too high and that the slide's maker did not have adequate testing procedures in place. the city spokesperson says the slides setting have been lowered and has been
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throughly tested and is now safe for riders of various heights and weights. the wave opens tomorrow. maureen kelly kron4 news. this is a big relief for people living in antioch... bart passengers who live in antioch and wanted to ride bart have had to drive to the pittsburg-bay point station in order to get their train but on saturday that will all change.they'll now be able to board small trains that run on biodiesel and operate on standard-gauge railroad tracks without being pulled by a locomotive.the service between the pittsburg/bay point station and antioch is 10 miles long and adds two new stations. the extension will be able to carry an estimated 2,400 people in each direction, per hour, during rush hours.there will be a ribbon cutting at 11-am but we will get to ride on these trains at 6am.reporting in antioch, lydia pantazes kron4 news. lawrence karnow: low pressure brought a few scattered showers to the bay area today and cool temperatures. you can see a few scattered showers on the doppler radar with the heaviest rain in far northern california. on the satellite you can see the storm spinning right overhead. it will slowly
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move south and east tonight. but we could see a few more showers tonight and into early tomorrow morning. so on saturday we could see few left over showers in the early morning before clearing in the midday and afternoon. highs tomorrow will be a little warmer with 60s and mid 70s. offshore winds begin on sunday to really crank up the heat. highs will be in the 70s and 80s inland, 70s around the bay and 60s at the coast. we could see some low 90s on memorial day in the warmest valleys and 60s and a few low 70s at the coast. cooler weather is expected toward the middle of next week. (live or vo) with memorial day weekend almost upon us... today is one of the busiest travel days of the year. and according to trip advisor, memorial day travel is up by 6 percent this year. 75
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percent of travelers plan to travel by car. and the intense and the intense weather in the sierra lawrence talked about is only complicating things. squaw's resort closed today due to the severe conditions, to possibily reopen tomorrow, weather permitting. joining us now via skype is coop....
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is coop.... (pam) rangers in yosemite are gearing up for the summer season... by training to save lives. we will take you to the merced river .... where first responders are sharpening their skills.
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i'm april kennedy and i'm an arborist with pg&e in the sierras. since the onset of the drought, more than 129 million trees have died in california. pg&e prunes and removes over a million trees every year to ensure that hazardous trees can't impact power lines. and since the onset of the drought we've doubled our efforts. i grew up in the forests out in this area and honestly it's heartbreaking to see all these trees dying. what guides me is ensuring that the public is going to be safer and that these forests can be sustained and enjoyed by the community in the future. (ken) this weekend marks
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the unofficial start to the summer travel season. and for some, taking time off to swim or boat will be high on the agenda.(pam) but experts remind us .. being safe in the water should be key to all your plans.. reporter carlos correa.. visited yosemite national park .... to find out how employees are putting safety first. more than a dozen members of the yosemite national park search and rescue team are getting ready for a busy summer season that starts over the memorial day weekend.jamie richards, park ranger, yosemite national park: "most people who end up taking a swim, are not people who intend to go swimming."along the merced river, teams are
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participating in an intense training exercise. it involves crossing shallow water and the basics of rescuing people from aggressive and fast-moving water.moose mutlow, coordinator, swift water program: "people underestimate the speed in which things can go wrong. they get too close to the water and somebody falls in and instantly they are just swept away."trainers say the water is capable of taking someone down stream anywhere between 10 to 20 miles per hour. it's a dangerous situation they say for even the most advance swimmer.moose mutlow, coordinator, swift water program: "i think the big part here is to think about it, as being along side an interstate. you wouldn't play on the edge of an interstate and step out into traffic. think about the river as that interstate."so far this year, there have been three water rescues at yosemite national park. rangers are expecting more as it begins to warm up. sophia slucky, 14-years-old: "i think it's really important, really vital to keep people safe and aware that bodies of water like this are really strong, are more powerful than you areyou are (pam) search and rescue teams say, if you happen to fall into the water... don't panic. try and maneuver your way out and
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call out for help. in sports -- the giants looking to snap a two-game losing streak against the cubs. we have the highlights from chicago. also -- are the warriors still favorites to advance to the n-b-a finals.. our sports director, gary radnich has the details... and reaction coming up. maybe you could save energy by
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weaving your own shoes... out of flax. or simply adjust your thermostat. do your thing, with energy upgrade california. draymond green after
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losing game green after draymond green after draymond green after losing game five said he guarantees the warriors will force a game seven. and vegas agrees with him... golden state is eleven and a half point favorites for game six but the team's offense seems to be lost in the last two games
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kevin durant, who has build a career being a mismatch on offense, his struggling in the fourth quarter. in game 4 and 5... he is 1-for-9 from the field the rockets are forcing the warriors to change their offense golden state who like moving the ball around... are playing isolation basketball the warriors allowed the last two games slip away... but steve kerr like what he sees from his team heading into game six at oracle arena.
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the good news for the warriors is chris paul will not play saturday after suffering a hamstring strain in game five. paul has been dealing with injuries the entire season. with less than a minute to go... paul throws up a floater and hurts his hamstring falling to the ground. paul did not return to the game. he has a history with hamstring injuries... back in 2015 when he was still with the clippers he missed two games in the second round against the rockets. eric gordon will start in his place head coach mike d'antoni says he will mike d'antoni head coach mike d'antoni says he will not change anything for game six game six anything for not
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change says he will mike d'antoni head coach his place head coach his place head coach mike d'antoni says he will not change says he will mike d'antoni says he will anything for game six
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a 2-run double cubs take the lead 3-1 chicago wins 6-2 chicago the lead 3-1 cubs take double cubs take the lead 3-1 chicago wins 6-2 giants have lost three straight around the big leagues... the red sox have designated hanley ramirez for assignment to clear a roster spot dustin pedroia, who is coming off the disable list. the former dodger... similar to pablo sandoval... wasn't able to find success with boston ramirez has over 15-million dollars remaining on his contract the red sox willave to pay that amount... if they are not able to trade him in the next week. the three-time all star is batting 254 and has 6 home runs and 29 rbi reuben sixth.set for june sixth.
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sixth. set for june assault rifle is having an hearing for a pre-trial misdemeanor.a gun charge to and reduced a gun charge to a misdemeanor. a pre-trial hearing for having an assault rifle is set for june sixth. reuben foster wins another legal battle. the 49ers linebacker's marijuana misdemeanor charge was dropped in alabama friday the tuscaloosa district attorney office dismissed the case after foster completed a diversion course and paid a 100-dollar bond fee. the 49ers 2017 first round was arrested in january for possession of marijuana. the n-f-l could still suspend foster for abusing the league's drug policy. earlier this week... a santa clara county two domestic- violence charges against foster and reduced a a misdemeanor. a pre-trial hearing for having an assault
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rifle is set for june sixth. (ken) up next... it's in this galaxy, and it's actually not that far away.we'll show you the homemade tie fighter that's turning heads in the central valley. (pam) "solo," the latest
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star wars spin-off, is in theaters now... ... and we are getting a look at a life- size replica of a star wars enemy spaceship ... right here in california. take a look at this ship. it was built by eric gemperle ... after he had a moment of inspiration while on his farm in stanislous county. he says... he eyed one of his water tanks one morning... and no longer saw farm equipment. gemperle believes he captured a glimpse into a galaxy .... far far away... (sot) i had my wife buy me a large tie fighter toy and i based it off of that model.""the front hatch and top hatch actually open all off gas shots, and there's a nice seat inside. i actually got my little cousin to go in there and i had him put on black tie fighter pilot costume, and it looked good. it's just fun. i had a blast. (pam) gemperle says, he
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spent 13- thousand dollars on materials needed to create this aircraft. the 46- hundred pound vessel ... was featured in turlock's 2017 christmas parade. (ken)happening now... kicking off the big memorial day weekend... bottlerock music festival is underway in pa. the sold t three-day music festival opened its doors ound noon... and will be going on all the way until sunday. this years headliners include bruno mars, earth wind and fire, and snoop dog. for those of you who cannot make it... much of the festival is being streamed live on twitter. lawrence karnow: low pressure brought a few scattered showers to the bay area today and cool temperatures. you can see a few scattered showers on the doppler radar with the heaviest rain in far northern california. on the satellite you can see the storm spinning right overhead. it will slowly move south and east tonight. but we could see a few more showers tonight and into early tomorrow morning. so on saturday we could see few left over showers in the early morning before clearing in the midday and afternoon. highs
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tomorrow will be a little warmer with 60s and mid 70s. offshore winds begin on sunday to really crank up the heat. highs will be in the 70s and 80s inland, 70s around the bay and 60s at the coast. we could see some low 90s on memorial day in the warmest valleys and 60s and a few low 70s at the coast. cooler weather is expected toward the middle of next week. last weather and goodbye last weather
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>> harvey weinstein's walk of shame. >> harvey. >> weinstein must turn over his passport and wear a gps tracking advice. >> hanging his head in shame. >> he used his power to lure young women. >> and anger outside of the courthouse. >> why are you smiling, harvey. >> is this his day of reckoning. >> it is a good feeling. >> look what just happened to this waitress. in this day and age? plus, michael jackson accuser breaks his silence. >>

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